Born in Norfolk, England, Greg Secker was brought up and spent his childhood times there. He attended University of Nottingham and undertook Agricultural and Food Sciences in 1997. Greg Secker became a trading technologist at Thomas Cook Financial Services during the 1990s. During his time there, he came up with foreign exchange trading systems and in 1998 he received the British Telecom Award for innovation in e-commerce. This award was given to him for coming up with the Virtual Trading Desk for online forex trading.
At 25 years, Greg Secker was made the Vice-President of Mellom Financial Corporation and had lessons from financial traders. He exited the company in 2003 and became a full-time forex trader who came up with a trading floor in his house. He started mentoring individuals who were enthusiasts of forex trade. Secker then founded the Knowledge to Action Group.
Financial trading seminars were started by the company in 2008, and the public speeches were made in some countries. The speaker was Secker, and he traveled to Australia, Ghana, New Zealand, the Philippines and other nations. In 2010 he had a lot of people following him in public speaking on the forex course. To him and others, he viewed the trade as having a low risk. He was a keynote speaker who hosted the National Achievers Congress in 2011 that was held at the Excel London Exhibition Centre. In Africa, he has made contributions by coming up with Global Success Summit in 2013, South Africa. This year, he was noted by National CSR as an Outstanding Individual Corporate Leadership at Learn to Trade.
Greg Secker is generous, and this is evident in the foundation that he has founded called The Greg Secker Foundation. The objective of the organization is to improve the quality of life of the people living in the world. His team plans to partner with youth groups to lift up the education levels, teach and instill leadership skills onto the people. In 2017, he was included in the list having the 200 Most Influential Philanthropists and Social Entrepreneurs.